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2000 elantra 5 speed manual tranny will not come out!

Can only back out tranny 1 inch,tranny will not move out more,everything is undone,shaft will not back out from clutch,its not the first clutch job ive done but first 1 on an elantra! any advise would be great,thank! carhob

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  • carhob Jul 01, 2009

    got the tranny out thanks anyway!

  • carhob Aug 12, 2009

    to distinctivec,the problem was release bearing that would not seperate from pressure plate,throwout bearing part that snaps on the release bearing would not seperate from bearing,i will not rate u because the slave would not have kept tranny of coming out of the clutch,thanks for the input,regards

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Dear friend-take the slave cylinder of as this is a pull tipe clutch.box should come out then.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

  • dear friend;im glad you got the gear box out,but if you removed the slave cylinder with the lever,the releasebearing and pressure plate would still be in one piece,they are not suppose to be seperated

    during removeval

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